News from ECA

November 16, 2022
ECA Enrollment Information

Attention Parents & Students: The ECA & ECA 9th Grade Academy enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year is now open!


Applications should be submitted by Friday, February 17, 2023, to be included in the initial enrollment lottery. The ECA & ECA Academy will still accept applications after February 17th, and students will be accepted into the program based on open enrollment slots per district.

Please email for information!

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November 13, 2022
Student Shadowing

The ECA is hosting Shadow Day experiences for prospective students and families.


This will be a chance for students to shadow a student in ECA high school classes for either a morning or afternoon.


We will provide special programming for parents/guardians while their students are in class, including a Q & A session with the Principal and current students, parents, & guardians.


Shadow Day is for students entering 9th, 10th or 11th grade for the 2023-2024 school year. Students are only allowed to attend ONE Shadow Day per school year.


Please sign up for Shadow Day by clicking: HERE


November 12, 2022
ECA Information Sessions

‚ÄčAre you/your student interested in attending the Early College Alliance? Learn how the ECA can help you/your student get a head start on college and career while earning up to 60 college credits at Eastern Michigan University — a $30,000 value!  Please join us for more information.

ECA and EMU's Digital Divas to host 12th Annual STEM Conference

Eastern Michigan University's Digital Divas program will host its 12th annual high school STEM conference in November.

Officials say the event will give insight into careers in science, technology, engineering and math for women. This year's conference includes 500 girls from Southeast Michigan.

April 20, 2022
ECA Student Lands Prestigious Internship at U-M!

Lyn Tran knew going in that the chances of securing an internship at the University of Michigan Marine Hydrodynamic Lab (MHL) were slim. But the 18-year-old put persistence to work and is now soaking up valuable knowledge alongside U-M students.